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The Three Faces of Eve Movie Download

The Three Faces of Eve YTS
The Three Faces of Eve YTS
1957
Action / Drama / Mystery
12
7.2/10
8.6K
1 hr 31 min

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Plot Summary:
A doctor treats a woman suffering from multiple personality disorder.
Director
Nunnally Johnson
Top Cast
Mimi Gibson as Eve – Age 8

Joanne Woodward as Eve White / Eve Black / Jane

Lee J. Cobb as Doctor Curtis Luther

Nancy Kulp as Mrs. Black


The Three Faces of Eve 1957 720p.BluRay

749.92 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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The Three Faces of Eve 1957 1080p.BluRay

1.43 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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The Three Faces of Eve review

Reviewed by Hey_Sweden

8 / 10

It’s all about the acting here.
Joanne Woodward lights up the screen in triple roles in this tale of multiple-personality disorder. Her initial, primary role is that of Eve White, a seemingly ordinary and meek Southern woman married to a man named Ralph (David Wayne). Well into adulthood, her second personality, a flirty, vampish, life-of-the-party pre-marriage version of herself, starts posing serious problems, and she is sent to therapy. An eminent psychiatrist (Lee J. Cobb) uses hypnosis to try to get through to her, and find the life event that triggered the emergence of Eve No. 2 (although none seems to exist). In time, a third personality emerges, a soft-spoken but mature and intelligent woman named Jane.

Although extremely well shot in CinemaScope by Stanley Cortez, this relatively brief film (92 minutes long) does not try to dazzle the viewer with visual dynamics, hinging almost entirely on Woodwards’ impressive ability to delineate these three distinct characters. She certainly deserved that Best Actress Oscar win; “The Three Faces of Eve” offers her plenty of opportunity to just emote for everything that she’s worth. Offering strong support are Wayne, as the husband who finds that he just can’t stand by her (and, in one memorable scene, finds himself attracted to the Eve Black personality), and Cobb as the determined doctor interested in Eves’ welfare. In smaller roles, you’ll see familiar actors and actresses such as Nancy Kulp (‘The Beverly Hillbillies’), Douglas Spencer (“The Thing from Another World”), Vince Edwards (‘Ben Casey’), and Ken Scott (“Stopover Tokyo”). The film is narrated by Alistair Cooke of ‘Masterpiece Theatre’ fame.

This compelling material is given fairly straightforward treatment by screenwriter Nunnally Johnson, in one of his eight directing credits. It doesn’t get too bogged down in “psycho-babble”, although there is some amusement in the way that Cobb has his work cut out for him trying to use laymen’s terms with the not-terribly-bright, hot-tempered Wayne.

While the film ends rather abruptly, it’s careful to point out to us that the journey to self-discovery for Eve was a couple of years in the making. While the ending is kind of typical Hollywood stuff, Woodward still sells all of it so beautifully.

Inspired by the real-life case of South Carolina woman Christine Costner Sizemore, who ultimately manifested over *20* different personalities over the course of her lifetime.

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